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Old 05-04-2007, 05:37 PM
 
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last night i went out with about 1/4 of gas left. I went to go and chill at my homie house and we had a couple of drinks....not too much or ill crash. anyways i saw that my empty gas light came on and so i stopped by a shell gas station around my house. i used regular 87 at 2.96/gallon.( its really not 2.96 a gallon but more like 2.96 for 9/10 of a gallon<dats gat). with $25.00 my tank filled all the way up and i drove to work today and my gas still reads full tank. MY CIVIC IS DA BEST! last time i put gas in my car was last saturday. talk about saving money.....
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For a complete Fillup it costs me about $37 now Premium Gas For the Lose
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Old 05-04-2007, 09:15 PM
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hahaha 20 gallons at 3.10 = 62 bucks a week. and only 9 miles to the gallon. that all equals out to about 34 cents a mile. this is my dd

now my oldcivic. 10 gallons at 3.10 = 31.00 and 35 mpg. this equals out to about 8 cents a mile
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I'd say to fill it up completely, it'd take about $25, but I'm not sure... I usually fill up the tank at around 1/8 to 1/4 tank.
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haha i dont know, its $5 wehnever i need it, i'm RARELY above a half tank [&:]i hate being poor lol
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Old 05-04-2007, 11:18 PM
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I just filled up for $36.50 for 10 gals of Vpower at Shell, 40mpg on regular
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Old 05-05-2007, 02:10 AM
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on E its about 22 bucks for a full tank
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Old 05-05-2007, 03:01 AM
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man you guys got it cheap down there...it's costing me around $47 to fill my baby up when it's on E in Canada...our gas prices are 1.26 per litre right now! absurd...around 4 litres in a gallon...a little less i think it's like 3.8 or something but we're paying over $4 per gallon...sucks...you gotta drive though so it's gotta be paid, great gas mileage though with the civic, it's a lot nicer than an SUV! lol
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Old 05-05-2007, 03:06 AM
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It's $3.09 in Madison, WI right now[:@]
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haha i dont know, its $5 wehnever i need it, i'm RARELY above a half tank [&:]i hate being poor lol
so so true...

I think of it as added weight reduction to make myself feel better about it.
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